Monday, May 08, 2006

A-Q's having recruiting problems

According to Cent COM, the latest AQ memo of April 16 shows them at dire straights. They are having difficulties obtaining recruits. It seems that those who oppose AQ do so because they hate having their people killed and blown up. The coalition forces are having no problem recruiting at all. Moral is up and re-enlistments are at an all time high. Those who understand it and get it support the mission. We are winning. They are desperate. Hey NYT, WaPo, LAT, CBS, and CNN. Get this message from CentCom
“The discovery of theses documents is extremely relevant. This information confirms what the Government of Iraq, Coalition Forces and ultimately the people of Iraq already know - that AQIZ’s role only attempts to impede Iraqis in following the road to prosperity, security and national unity,” said MNF-I spokesman, Brig. Gen. Rudy Wright.

According to the translated al-Qaida in Iraq’s documents, the Mujahideen’s only power lies in surprise ‘hit and run’ attacks, or setting up explosive charges and booby traps that predominantly target civilian men, women and children.

According to the author of the Baghdad State of Affairs document (translated), “The actions of the Iraqi Security Forces are having a significant negative impact on the Mujahideen’s ability to operate in Baghdad. Al Qaida in Iraq attacks Mosques and other public places to draw media attention and is having difficulty recruiting members because the people of Iraq do not support its cause.”

(HT PowerLine)

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